When the pandemic first hit us it seemed that life changed overnight. Self-distancing and self-isolation became the norm as we all adapted to a different way of thinking and going about our daily lives. Now some fifteen months later as we slowly emerge from the affects of the pandemic, some more slowly than others, it feels like we have been given a fresh start, a new beginning.
The writer Maya Angelou said: ‘Don’t bring negative to my door’.
Online service, held at St Peter’s Church, Thurston. Led by Rev’d David Eaton.
We are gaining more and more support for this Big Weekend, so make sure you have saved the dates!
The role’s main duties will be supporting the council in preparation for meetings (approximately six per year), attending the meetings, keeping minutes and records, and circulating correspondence.
Basic computer and e-mail skills are required. The present secretary, Gillian Bush is willing to iniatially support any one interested.
If you feel you could help please contact Pat Sadler on 07552 234443 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
As some of you are aware, due to declining numbers in both Mothers Union branches of Great Barton and Thurston we have been discussing the possibility of joining the two together giving us around 25 members.
The Benefice of Great Barton and Thurston
John Bayes is a Headteacher with an opportunity of a lifetime.